Risk Appetite Hits New Highs
Global Risk Appetite index continues to march higher as investors embrace the "risk-on" trade.
Other risk indicators also show a similar trend. VIX for example is at new post-recession lows.
Junk bond yields hit another all-time low yesterday and Eurozone periphery debt yields hover near recent lows as well.
Investor risk aversion is disappearing quickly.
Source: Sober Look
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